The involuntary manslaughter trial involving the doctor who treated Slipknot bassist Paul Gray in the days before his 2010 death is now under way at the Polk Country District Court in Iowa, and the big story to come out of yesterday's courtroom proceedings was the revealing testimony by Gray's widow Brenna.
We've finally arrived at the Final Round of March Metal Madness 2014. In our quest to find the greatest metal album of the 21st century released so far, we started with 32 recordings. Now, we're down to just two, and the remaining albums are both powerhouse records that have helped define metal in the 2000s.
As we reach the semifinals of March Metal Madness 2014, we've now got winners for each of the four regions. Which remaining disc will be crowned the best metal album of the 21st century? That's up for you to decide.
Slipknot are bringing back their Knotfest music event in 2014, but taking a page out of Ozzfest's book, Slipknot will be staging the fest in Japan. Slipknot were actually part of last year's one-off Ozzfest performance in Japan and will now deliver their very own festival to the country on Nov. 15 and 16.
We've made it to the quarterfinals of March Metal Madness 2014, the quest to determine the Best Metal Album of the 21st Century. Now, only eight discs remain. So, without further adieu, let's see who's battling it out in the Mosh Pit Region.
As we hit the second round of the March Metal Madness 2014 tournament, we start to see albums that truly defined metal in the 21st Century begin to emerge. This matchup in the Mosh Pit Region is no different as two stellar efforts have moved one step closer to being named the best metal album of the 21st Century.
Rounding out the Mosh Pit Region is a battle of two metal heavyweights who packed a punch with their most powerful discs. In fact, you may feel a little punch drunk after revisiting the albums in this March Metal Madness pairing. But which is deserving of being named one of the best 21st Century metal albums? Let's get into that debate.